i recently finished reading Beyond Einstien by Michou Kaku, and i found an interesting theory. because antimatter is indistinguishable from matter going backwards in time, there is a theory that the universe has one electron. it went from the big bang to the big destruction as an electron, and then it was thrown back through time as antimatter. at this point the universe has one electron and one positron. :rofl: then time goes back to the big bang, where all of the existing pieces are thrown foreward throught time with their new clone of the original electron. :rofl: :rofl: and it keeps going back and forth. i think it would almost be instantaneous because they are flying forewards and backwards through time. eventually you get this: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: times infinity this theory can kind of be compared to Back to the Future when he goes to the future just in time to see himself go into the past heh i'm sorry about my poor explanation. blame my english teacher. i know this theory is somewhat possible, but is it likely?